Ras Mohamed National Park
Ras Mohamed National Park is a must see in Sharm El Sheikh. Entrance fee is per person and per car and you will be asked for passports. Bring your own lunch and don’t forget your snorkelling equipment and a sun block. To stay off of the “rush hours” I suggest you go in the afternoon. At that time tourist coaches are going back and you will be left alone with the Red Sea. It takes 45 minutes to drive to the entrance of the park and inside it is really up to you.
If you want to take a dip in peace and away from people, go by the Camping Area and try to walk/drive past the Bedouin Camps. Yolanda Reef and Sharks Reef are world famous dive site and worth a swim. Make a stop at the Mangrove Channel and admire the Hidden Bay. Please do take a break at the Shark Observatory with incredible views of the Red Sea. This Park will never tire you with its turquoise waters and vivid contrast with the Sinai Red Desert. Those landscapes will stay in your memory for a long time!
Name Bay and Old Market
Naama Bay is a natural bay in Sharm El Sheikh resort and is considered the main hub for tourists in the city, as it is famous for its cafes, restaurants, hotels, and bazaars. While the scruffy streets of Sharm Old Market are home to plenty of souvenir shops loaded down with lamps, shisha pipes and spices, traditional ahwa (coffee) joints, and some of the cheapest places to eat in Sharm.